Five people had to be taken to hospital after a road crash in Dundee today.
Emergency services were called to the A90 on the roundabout at Jack Martin Way just after 1.30pm.
Initial reports suggested three people were hurt but that figure was updated a short time later.
A multi-agency response from police, paramedics and firefighters were dispatched to the scene.
One of the vehicles landed on its side on a grass verge at the side of the roundabout. It’s believed it rolled over several times before coming to rest.
One of the occupants was ‘trapped inside’ the vehicle and had to be removed by firefighters.
The extent of the injuries sustained by all five casualties is not believed to be serious.
A spokesman for the Scottish Ambulance Service said: “We received a call just after 1.30pm after reports of a two-vehicle road traffic collision.
“One of the cars rolled over several times. One of the occupants was trapped for some time before being freed by firefighters.
“Three local ambulances and an ambulance manager attended and five casualties have been conveyed to Ninewells Hospital.”
A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were called to a two-vehicle road traffic collision at Jack Martin Way.
“One of the cars wass on its side and firefighters were on hand to stabilise it.”